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    November 10, 2013
    On my way up to photograph the Canadian Museum for Human Rights from the balcony at the new Prairie 360 revolving restaurant in Winnipeg, I noticed the shrivelled leaves of vines hanging from the limestone off the first floor of the building. Just a few weeks ago, the leaves would have been alive with saturated color. Now, the color had mostly disappeared and the leaves had shrivelled and dried. I have always been attracted to this sort of muted color which tends to dominate in the seasons 'between fall and winter' and again 'between winter and spring'. I enhanced the nostalic look by bringing the image into an App called 'Vintage Scene' in which I overlayed a subtle texture and frame. The scene reminded me of my very first print exhibition called 'Subtle Images' which hung in Edmonton in the early 1980s.
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    November 30, 2012
    A light rain, mixed with a little wet snow, saturated the colors of the maple leaves on this 'off the beaten path' cottage road north of Sault Ste Marie.
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    November 3, 2012
    The Montreal River Hill is arguably the most challenging hill along the North Shore of Lake Superior. On my way to Sudbury last month, I noticed the autumn colors were as brilliant as I had ever seen them here. I drove down to the bottom of the hill, turned around and drove half way back up the hill to make this intimate view of a fiery tapestry of maple trees dotted with evergreens that hovered above Lake Superior, just out of the frame.
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    October 28, 2012
    Another autumn reflection, this one found near Silent Lake Provincial Park, ON
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    October 28, 2012
    Colors in autumn can be overwhelming. I like to walk and explore along the shoreline of ponds where I often discover quieter, intimate views. Minden, Ontario
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